Stacking the Shelves #3

This is Stacking the Shelves, my chance to scream OMG!

That’s not supposed to be the actual purpose of the meme. It’s supposed to be an opportunity to show the books we bought, borrowed, received or that somehow arrived on our doorsteps, whether they may or may not get reviewed (hosted by Tynga’s Reviews). This way, everything gets its chance in the spotlight.

But I spent last week at my mom’s. So I did a LOT of late night, insomniac reading. And browsing the shelves of Amazon from my iPad. And browsing NetGalley from my iPad. At 2 am, everything looks good.

The joy of an iPad, or any other ereader, is that I used to read an entire suitcase of books on one of these trips, and require an emergency run to the local Barnes and Noble mid-trip.  My mom has never understood.

Middle of the night shopping from the comfort of my bed is much, much easier. And requires no explanation. The results, however, are almost overwhelming. Obviously I was trying to escape into books!

Looks like I’ll be escaping into this batch for the next several months!

Bought from Amazon
Improper Relations by Juliana Ross
On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves
Freeman by Leonard Pitts Jr.
Phantom Universe by Laura Kreitzer
The Royal Scam by Gina Koch

From NetGalley
Lethal Rider by Larissa Ione
Supercritical by Shawn Kupfer
Undercover Alliance by Lily Cain
Forever a Lady by Delilah Marvelle
Dragon Justice by Laura Anne Gilman
Deadly Secrets, Loving Lies by Cynthia Cooke
Asher’s Invention by Coleen Kwan
Chasing Magic by Stacia Kane
The Sweetest Dark by Shana Abe
Thief of Shadows by Elizabeth Hoyt
Kilts & Kraken by Cindy Spencer Pape
Negotiating Point by Adrienne Giordano
Slow Summer Kisses by Shannon Stacey
Dead Calm by Shirley Wells
Dance of Flames by Janni Nell
No Money Down by Julie Moffett
Pyro Canyon by Robert Appleton

From the Author
Paradigm Shift by Misa Buckley

For Book Lovers Inc.
I Own the Dawn by M. L. Buchman

From Sizzling PR
Forgotten Memories by Theresa Stillwagon

I know that I was a bad girl this week. But how were you? What did you stack your shelves with this week?

16 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves #3

    1. I was trying to get my NetGalley queue down, and one night I just blew it. But there were so many things I was looking for, like Thief, and the new Cindy Pape book. I’ve never read Gina Koch, and everyone raves, so I decided to try Scam. I’m looking forward to it.
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  1. A friend sent me a copy of THEY ALSO SERVE: AN SOE AGENT IN THE WRNS by Dorothy Baden-Powell, which I so want to drop everything and read. Same friend gave ma copy of BETWEEN SILK AND CYANIDE: A CODEMAKER’S WAR by Leo Marks. And I’m also anxious to dive into NELLA LAST’S WAR: THE SECOND WORLD WAR DIARIES OF A HOUSEWIFE, 49. All non-fiction, so it doesn’t break my no new books rule. LOL!
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  2. You have one of the most beautiful book piles that I have ever seen.
    I can’t wait to see what you thought of all those lovely reads that you have.
    I knew from the start that we had to be kindred spirits. I have 19 books in my pile this week.
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  3. Nice haul of books 🙂 You went crazy on Netgalley, didn’t you? I have that sometimes as well! Thanks for pointing out The Sweetest Dark – now I had to request that one as well. I fell completely in love with the cover. Awesome haul of books but I don’t know how/when you’ll find the time to read them all!

    Enjoy reading!

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